Current home values in New Hampshire

Home values have been rising throughout New Hampshire and are up 3.95% from a year ago.

Statewide, the median value for a single-family home — meaning half are worth more, half are worth less — is currently $279,200 , Zillow says.

Could you afford that? Let's say you want to buy that mid-priced home using a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at this week's average interest rate, which is a low 3.69%, says mortgage company Freddie Mac.

With the 30-year mortgage rate at 3.69% and the median home price for New Hampshire at $279,200 , a representative monthly mortgage payment would be $1,283.53.

How the New Hampshire housing market stacks up

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA
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Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA.

Property values in New Hampshire are high by historical standards and are higher than what the typical house is worth nationwide.

The median home value throughout the U.S. is $229,600, which is up 4.88% from a year ago.

Zillow predicts U.S. home values will rise 2.2% over the next year, while in New Hampshire, they're expected to rise 0.76%.

Homes are going on the market in New Hampshire at a median price of $167 per square foot, versus $155 per square foot nationwide.

Are you looking to buy? Take a look at today's best mortgage rates where you live.

New Hampshire home prices over the last 10 years

Year Avg. Price
2019* $289,563
2018 $276,942
2017 $258,517
2016 $240,417
2015 $229,542
2014 $221,042
2013 $213,150
2012 $205,767
2011 $207,442
2010 $220,092
2009 $225,042

*2019 price average through August 2019.

How much for an average-sized home?

Here's what a 2,500-square-foot home in New Hampshire is worth now, and how that's changed over the last decade, based on the Zillow Home Value Index.

Year Avg. Price
2019* $417,500
2018 $397,500
2017 $375,000
2016 $345,000
2015 $330,000
2014 $317,500
2013 $307,500
2012 $297,500
2011 $300,000
2010 $320,000
2009 $322,500

*2019 price average through August 2019.

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